If you haven't already received the telegram or the memo, the end of the world is 'supposedly' coming on May 21, 2011 - yep, that's this Saturday my friend.
According to, Harold Camping, 89-year-old Oakland-area minister and founder of the Family Radio network, he preaches that the Bible "guarantees" the world will come to an abrupt end via a series of massive earthquakes at 6 pm PST (9 pm EST) on Saturday - May 21, 2011. This is despite his flawed Doomsday prediction back in 1994, which he notes was a 'math error'.
Here's a brief video of the reported, end of the world.
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